Large vs Small Tactical Recruiting Teams… which is better?

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Go big or go small? That’s a question I get a lot when consulting talent organizations. Many teams working for large organizations are layered and have huge numbers of recruiters. In my experience, smaller, tactical teams usually win more often than large. Here’s why smaller teams have more benefits than their counterpart.

The key benefits to smaller teams are speed and information flow. Rather than being stagnant or slow moving in decision making, a more free-flowing group of independent tactical units will provide you an advantage. According to the Contingency Theory, there is no one best way to

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